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November 17, 2012

God sent Abraham into a land which He promised to give to him and his descendants. Abraham’s grandson Jacob and his children left this land during a time of famine and went into Egypt. There they became comfortable and complacent, because of the royal treatment they were receiving. When new leadership took over the government, they began to persecute the Israelites because they questioned their allegiance to them. It was this persecution that caused Israel to cry unto God for deliverance. God’s response was to send them a deliverer named Moses. The Bible in Exodus 3:9 -10 says the following about that event,

“Now therefore, behold, the cry of the children of Israel is come unto me: and I have also seen the oppression wherewith the Egyptians oppress them. Come now therefore, and I will send thee unto Pharaoh, that thou mayest bring forth my people the children of Israel out of Egypt.”

The news report on today has reported a significant ground war is escalating in Israel. The reason for this war is the occupation of the promise land. It appears for Israel just like they had to fight to take over the land under the leadership of Joshua, and continue to fight to hold on to this land throughout the ages, the fight continues. On today, many Israelites are praying to Jehovah to intervene on their behalf.

As believers, like the children of Issachar who understood the signs of the times, we realize that there must be a need for the Israelites to make a peace covenant with the Antichrist. These wars within their land will motivate them to do so. Their desire to have peace and build their temple will inspire them. The stage is being set. Let us not only pray for them, but be watchful for the return of the Lord draws nigh.

For more information about end-time events read my other blog series on the Book of Revelation.

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  2. jann permalink

    My friend the situation in Israel is 100% political and has nothing whatsoever ,to od with the Bible. Death and life is fulfilled in Christ.

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